Tag Archives: Care

The Next-Normal Health Care Consumer After the Pandemic

McKinsey invites us to Meet the next-normal consumer in a recently-published research report describing changing consumer behavior responding to the COVID-19 lockdown and aftermath. The report gives us insights into the next-normal health consumer, which I’ll discuss in today’s post. Note the massive digital shift every person living in a country touched by the coronavirus… Read More »

How Canada got universal health care and what the U.S. could learn – PBS NewsHour

Naresh Tinani loves his job as a perfusionist at a hospital in Saskatchewan’s capital. To him, monitoring patient blood levels, heart beat and body temperature during cardiac surgeries and intensive care is a “privilege” — “the ultimate interaction between human physiology and the mechanics of engineering.” But Tinani has also been on the other side… Read More »

Bella Baez: Maxim Model Reveal Her Workout, Diet, Hair and Skin Care Secrets

Photo Credit: Jason Ellis, Fitness photo Bella Baez is a leading fashion and glamour model. She is from San Diego, CA, USA. She started modelling in 2017 after her first bikini competition. She won the Miss Bikini Southern California 2019; she has graced the cover of MAXIM New Zealand 2020. Women Fitness President Ms. Namita… Read More »

Coronavirus has infected more than 9,000 US health care workers, CDC says

NEW YORK – Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. Between 10 percent and 20 percent of U.S. coronavirus cases are health care workers, though they tended to be hospitalized at lower rates than other patients, officials reported Tuesday. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported… Read More »

Baker’s detailed perscription for health care – The Boston Globe

The omnibus legislation filed by Governor Charlie Baker, a former health care CEO, aims to use government’s regulatory hammer to get health care facilities to increase their spending on primary care and behavioral health care by 30 percent over the next three years. Currently, such expenditures account for less than 15 percent of total health… Read More »